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Loos Exhibition in Pilsen Opens, Starring "A Private Portrait"

“Claire Beck-Loos, the Witness of an Era” is one of 20 panels with photos and excerpts from Claire’s book, Adolf Loos–A Private Portrait (2011), which tell about her life with the famous architect Adolf Loos, their travels, his architectural philosophy, and some of the characters in Loos’ circle. 84 more words

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Prague - What to Do & Sightseeing

Prague is the capital city of the Czech Republic and known for its buildings that combine different architectural styles. It’s a very beautiful city and contains side-by-side examples of Baroque, Gothic and Rennaissance architecture. 1,934 more words


Prague - Where to Eat & Drink

While we only spent 2 full days in Prague, we found the city to be fascinating due to its mishmash of architectural styles and prevalence of beer. 1,234 more words


High Crimes and Atrocities: Testimony

JUNE 15, 2017: As the nation investigates an elaborate corruption that has ties to its highest offices, the term testimony has been broadcast far and wide—in print, over wires and airwaves, and in countless individual conversations. 511 more words

Eastern Europe

U is for The Unbearable Lightness of Being

The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera is considered the Czech writer’s masterpiece. He is regarded as one of the world’s most important authors, having won numerous awards, commendations, international acclaim, and often short listed for the Nobel Prize in Literature. 1,011 more words